Hanlon announces Innovation Center and Society of Fellows in Inaugural Address
Five collaborative members, including Dartmouth, offer updates as first wave wraps up in June.
President-Elect Philip J. Hanlon ’77 talks about important changes facing higher education, and why the presidential search at Dartmouth was the only such search that interested him.
Mulley’s election is one of medicine’s highest honors, recognizing those who have demonstrated outstanding professional achievement and commitment to service.
Plank, a geochemist at Columbia University, is one of 23 recipients of a 2012 “genius grant.”
President Carol L. Folt calls on conference attendees to “create new ideas and implement transformative interventions.”
Under the direction of Dartmouth President Emeritus Jim Yong Kim, the World Bank will focus on eradicating poverty around the world.
President Jim Yong Kim calls the collaboration an “exciting initiative” that will “enhance the welfare and well-being of student-athletes.”
Dartmouth Now takes a look back at the life of the College under the leadership of President Jim Yong Kim.
It was a day of pomp and circumstance as 12,000 people turned out for annual Commencement exercises.